Posted on May 24, 2009

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This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series All I need to know about poly community organizing...

… I learned from an evangelical church and a Fortune 500 company.

What? Did you think I was going to give credit to Star Wars, Kindergarden, or a whole bunch of other stuff?

 

Why use an evangelical church and a Fortune 500 company as examples?

These are two types of successful organization models that I’m familiar with. :p   They each have different traits or tactics that make them work. I want us to take a deeper examination into why they work so that we can take their “best practices” and use them for our own goals :)  

 

Who am I targeting?

This series is meant for anyone interested in any type of community organizing that’s focused on providing support for non-monogamists (poly, open, swinger, and everyone in between).  I hope that the information in this series is beneficial both for those that are working on a local level as well as those on a national level (though my guess is that it will be more beneficial for the latter group).

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